enrapture enrapture  /ɛn ˈræp tʃər/

Definition(s):

  • (v) hold spellbound

Usage(s):

  1. After all, if the profanation of the sacrament of marriage can enrapture 3,000,000 housewives, my show ought to knock 'em dead.
  2. Far from beautiful, seldom even witty, The Private Life of Helen of Troy manages to enrapture most of the people who watch it by its simple and consistent formula.
  3. Wright managed to enrapture a particular type of rich man -- Great Lakes ! mercantile magnates.

News

  • Book Sculptures Continue To Enrapture Scotland

    A series of mysterious book sculptures have continued to pop up across Scotland, UK, for the last couple of years, and has kept the “literature-biased country” enraptured with their intracity. The unknown artist, who lovingly crafts these unusual artworks from printed pages, leaves the sculptures at libraries, cultural events and other literary locations all over... Read more » Book Sculptures ...
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

Quotes

  1. "Those of us too young to have known JFK's Camelot are going to have our own giddy Camelot II to enrapture and entertain us," Kurt Andersen writes.
    on Nov 16, 2008 By: Kurt Anderson Source: Washington Post

  2. "Fiuzi's works enrapture the visitors; they are so intellectually stimulating that they remind one of his/her own creative mind and inspire us to discover what a wonderful universe we each one have within ourselves," Darrudi noted.
    on May 17, 2008 By: Iran Darroudi Source: Tehran Times

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